Malt liquor definition

Malt liquor means any beer, ale, or other beverage made from malt by fermentation and containing not less than one-half of one percent alcohol by volume.
Malt liquor means any liquid that contains more than one-half of
Malt liquor means any liquid that contains more than

Examples of Malt liquor in a sentence

  • Caron moved, Fulkerson seconded, to adopt Resolution No. 2012-17 – A Resolution Granting an On-Sale Wine and Intoxicating Malt Liquor License to Myoung Hee Kim for the Remainder of the 2012 Calendar Year.


More Definitions of Malt liquor

Malt liquor means any liquid that contains more than one‑half of one per cent alcohol by volume and that is made by the process of fermentation and not distillation of hops or grains, but not including:
Malt liquor means beer, ale, stout, and porter.
Malt liquor means any liquid containing more than one- half of 1% alcohol by volume and is made by the process of fermentation and not distillation of hops or grains but not including liquids made by the process of distillation of such substances.
Malt liquor. ’ means beer, strong
Malt liquor means Liquor produced by the fermentation of malt, wholly or partially, or from any malt substitute, which contains 1/2 of 1% of alcohol or more by volume. Malt Liquor includes, but is not limited to, ale, beer, porter and stout. Malt Liquor includes Beverages made with Malt Liquor, but to which no Spirits are added.
Malt liquor means any beer, ale or other beverage made from malt by fermentation and containing not less than 0.5% alcohol by volume.
Malt liquor means beer, strongbeer, ale, stout and porter.